Final: Ole Miss 82, Alabama 74

I am not a bracketologist and did not stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night, but you don’t have to have all that to know this was a huge win for Ole Miss. Some have speculated that 11 SEC

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SEC Media Days schedule set

This from the SEC office earlier today. Looks like Hugh Freeze will get the last word at Media Days: 2015 SEC FOOTBALL MEDIA DAYS SCHEDULE MONDAY, July 13 SEC Commissioner Auburn – Gus Malzahn Florida – Jim McElwain Vanderbilt –

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Video Blog: Freeze talks spring practice, QB battle

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Spring football practice is here at Ole Miss and head coach Hugh Freeze had a lot to talk about before the Rebels hit the field again.

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Ole Miss at Alabama

Advance: No easy fix to shooting woes Anthony Grant: Alabama signee worries about coach’s future When: 6 p.m. TV: SEC Network Satellite Radio: XM 190. Sirius 136. Series: Alabama leads 118-55. Last Meeting: Ole Miss won 79-67 Feb. 26, 2014.

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Walnut’s Linton eager for step up to college football

From the Mother Ship, I visited with Ole Miss signee Armani Linton early last week before the snow set in. He’s a neat story, a small school guy who had to work a little harder to get noticed than some

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Lots of spring football below. Before we get there, good stuff here from on former Ole Miss linebacker, administrative staffer and now sports agent Walker Jones … Ole Miss begins spring

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Insell makes case for Faleru and The Gillom Trophy

Stefan Moody and Tia Faleru were named finalists for the state’s top basketball awards today. Moody is up for the Howell Trophy, which goes to the top male basketball player. Faleru, for the second straight season, is a finalist for

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Rebels fall … a little bit

The guys at have liked Ole Miss from the beginning when some other rankings haven’t. Losing two of three to previously unbeaten UCF didn’t change that too much. Ole Miss had been No. 18 in the rankings. Now

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Five Story Lines for Spring

Laquon Treadwell

Five story lines as Ole Miss begins spring football practice tomorrow … 1. Chad Kelly: If the troubled quarterback settles down and wins the job he could be the missing piece for an offense with talented receivers and promising running

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Monday Morning Upate

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Good to be home. I got down to Baton Rouge early and visited with my dad who is convalescing. Missed Snowmageddon completely. I didn’t miss the idea of driving in but was

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 73-63 loss at LSU … I’ve seen Ole Miss on the NCAA tournament bubble many times, but I’d rarely seen them so solidly in – according to the leading bracketologists – in late February

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Final: LSU 73, Ole Miss 63

Andy Kennedy said he wanted an ugly game to off-set LSU’s athleticism. The Rebels did a good job of uglying things up in the first half, as the Tigers struggled to penetrate the zone defense. LSU shot just 29.6 percent

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Ole Miss at LSU

Found this on Youtube. As Ole Miss prepares to visit LSU, highlights here from the memorable Gerald Glass and Chris Jackson shootout in 1989: When: 1 p.m. TV: Fox Sports Net Satellite Radio: XM 190. Sirius 93. Series: LSU leads

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